Best Golf Glove in 2020
FootJoy Men's WeatherSof 2-Pack Golf Glove White Medium/Large, Worn on Left Hand
Titleist Perma Soft Golf Glove Mens Cadet LH Pearl, White(Medium - Large, Worn on Left Hand)
- Premium, quality fit means a seamless connection to your club
- Precisely placed seams
- Satin reinforcement at cuff and thumb for strength and durability
- Available in men's and Women's styles
Callaway Golf Men's Weather Spann Premium Japanese Synthetic Golf Glove, Worn on Right Hand, Medium/Large
- Premium Japanese Synthetic Material - Great Feel, Flexibility and Increased Durability
- 4-Way Stretch Synthetic on Knuckles - Advanced Performance: Moisture Wicking, Breathability & Flexibility
- Opti Fit Adjustable Closure - Thin, Light and Secure Fit
- Perforations on Palm, Top of Hand and Fingers - Moisture Reduction & Increased Breathability
- Reinforced Palm Patches - Improved Grip & Durability in All Weather Conditions
TaylorMade Tour Preferred Flex Glove (White, Left Hand, Medium), White(Medium, Worn on Left Hand)
- Ultimate flexibility: 4-way stretch nylon insert offers optimal fit and comfort
- Enhanced breathability: strategically placed perforated leather for increased airflow
- Superior fit: contoured fit wrist band with moisture wicking
Under Armour Men's UA Iso-Chill Golf Glove, Red (600)/Academy Blue, Left Hand X-Large
- UA Tour Cool fabric pulls heat away from your skin, so you actually feel cooler
- Soft cabretta leather delivers comfort, durability & grip
- Premium Grip system gives you maximum control
- Micro perforations increase ventilation
- Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
Callaway Golf Men's Dawn Patrol 100% Premium Leather Golf Glove, Worn on Left Hand, Large
- Improved Full Premium Leather Construction - Premium Feel, Fit and Comfort
- Perforations on Top of Hand and Fingers - Moisture Reduction & Increased Breathability
- Opti Fit Adjustable Closure - Thin, Light and Secure Fit
- Stretch Binding Cuff - Secure Feel & Moisture Absorption
Puma Golf 2018 Men's Flexlite Golf Glove (Bright White-Quiet Shade, Large, Left Hand)
- Advanced synthetic leather combined with 4-way stretch lycra
- Pre-curve fit
- Engineered stay grip palm provides a secure grip
- Angled Velcro tab closure so tab stays out of your way during play
FootJoy Men's WeatherSof Golf Glove White Medium/Large, Worn on Left Hand
- Enhanced durability - advanced performance leather increases the feel, durability and grip performance in key stress areas.
- Extraordinary fit - exclusive fibers of material provides the most advanced combination of a consistent fit, soft feel, and a secure grip.
- Secure closure - proprietary comfortable closure comfortably adjusts for a secure, reliable fit and feel.
- Breathable mesh - soft power net mesh across the knuckles improves breathability, comfort and flexibility.
Callaway Golf Men's OptiColor Leather Glove, Black, Medium/Large, Worn on Left Hand
- Opti feel+ leather - premium feel, fit and comfort
- Perforations on palm, fingers and thumb - moisture reduction and increased breathability
- Opti fit adjustable closure - thin, light and secure fit
BIONIC Gloves â€“Menâ€™s StableGrip Golf Glove W/Patented Natural Fit Technology Made from Long Lasting, Durable Genuine Cabretta Leather.
- DURABILITY – This premium golf glove, made of genuine leather, boasts an additional pad on the palm for extra support and lifespan. This pad offers twice the amount of strength in one of the most common places where other golf gloves break down.
- DON’T STRANGLE THAT CLUB–Prevent fatigue and increase grip with our patented anatomical pad relief system evening out the surface of your hand, displacing your grip pressure evenly on the club. Get a lighter grip and stay in full control the whole round.
- SECOND SKIN – Say goodbye to baggy fingers and constantly re-adjusting your wrist strap. This glove’s pre-rotated finger design follows the natural curvature of your hand allowing it to fit like a second skin. Refer to sizing guide for perfect fit!
- PERSPIRATION MANAGEMENT – Lycra between the finger gussets, top of knuckles and running up the pointer finger offer maximum breathability and flexibility during hot, humid rounds. Terrycloth interior on high risk zones manage moisture without losing grip.
- WASH ME! – No matter how hot, rainy, good or bad your round was you can wash it away and start fresh. Machine wash on the delicate cycle with mild soap and no bleach products. Cool air dry flat.
Burn By: Deep Purple
Ian Gillan and Roger Glover are out and a new lineup launches Deep Purple into a new sound.
The band took the Rolling Stone's Mobile Unit with them to Montruex, Switzerland in November 1973. This was where they had recorded their album "Machine Head" which had propelled them to super stardom. They quickly laid the album down and it was released in early 1974.
Much of the album is a departure from the Gillan years which were formulaic. Jon Lord key board solos trading off with Blackmore guitar solos and the rest of the band keeping up. Burn has funkier parts and Jon Lord gets heavy use out of synthesizers. In albums past most of Lord's keyboard work was limited to the Hammond organ and piano.
The album opens with "Burn" which was the song the band used to open their live shows of the era. It is a hard rock number out of the "Speed King"/"Highway Star" mode. It moves well and you get introduced to both Coverdale and Hughes singing.
Next up is the much slower "Might Just Take Your Life". The song never really fires and kind of drones. Especially after the pyrotechnics in Burn.
"Lay Down Stay Down" is a much harder number. It fits in well on a Deep Purple album even though it will never make anyone's top ten list of Deep Purple songs. Some of the notes Hughes hits in the backing vocals are pretty amazing.
The first side of the album ended with "Sail Away" which seems to have borrowed heavily from Stevie Wonder's Superstitious. Around the 4:40 mark Blackmore drops in one of his slower solos quite effectively.
Side two opens with "You Fool No One". The song is structured so that anyone can drop in a solo almost anywhere which made the song one of the band's jam songs of the era. The singing is excellent here and Coverdale brings a lot of passion to his vocals.
"What's Goin On Here" follows. This is a straight ahead rock song that sounds like a lot of music that was made in the 70's. Lord's piano work here is excellent and Blackmore carries the song.
"Mistreated" is one of the great Purple songs. Blackmore liked it so much that when he left and formed Rainbow it was the only Purple song to regularly make it into the act. Coverdale's vocals are great but he seems to be holding back. Track down any of his live performances from the era where he really lets loose on this one.
The album closes with "A 200" a quirky little song that has a lot to offer. Jon Lord opens the song with some nice synth work. Blackmore follows with a slow blistering solo that showcases his ability. Then it's back to more synth work. One of those songs that you'd like to see more of even though it has little commercial potential.
All in all a good album. It doesn't match the output of the Gillan era. That's not to give Gillan undue credit. The band constantly toured and banged out over an album a year. I think by 1973 the band was just breaking apart. Still many bands would have given all they had to have made just one album this good which shows you how incredible Deep Purple's output was.
Links to other Deep Purple reviews
Shades of Deep Purple , The Book Of Taliesyn, In Rock , Fireball , Machine Head , Stormbringer ,